Parco delle Terme di Montecatini

Parco delle Terme di Montecatini

Parco delle Terme di Montecatini
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blue047
N Ireland326 contributions
Sep 2022
What a different experience! You escape the real world and go back in time sipping Prosecco and admiring the beautiful walls and floors and statues. So tranquil and well worth the 6€ entrance fee. There is a gift shop and a beauty shop where you can purchase herbal remedies and natural cosmetics.
Written September 11, 2022
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Kendra W
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Jun 2022 • Couples
This is a stunning place to visit. Lots of things to see, historical and otherwise. Paintings, statues, fountains, beautiful architecture, spa waters from ancient times. The gardens are beautiful. €6 for an adult entrance fee. If you have the opportunity to experience an opera or a music event, then take it. It’s a wonderful amphitheater setting.
Written June 20, 2022
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Scott C
Glasgow, UK7 contributions
Jun 2022
An absolute must visit during your time in Montecatini. From the stunning gardens to the beautiful architecture and history of the building. Even just to grab a refreshment from the bar and feel totally relaxed. And if you have the opportunity to see an opera or concert in the evening, take it!
Written June 28, 2022
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josey P
1 contribution
Aug 2022 • Family
Montecatini is an Absolutely fabulous place to visit, I cannot recommend this enough. Beautiful surroundings, fabulous restaurants, very reasonably priced in stunning surroundings. A visit to Montecatini Alto is also a must
Written September 14, 2022
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lctb2018
Bristol, UK9 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
The entrance to the Thermal park looks stunning and sets expectations high. All seemed eerily quiet but we paid our €6 each in the hope of enjoying the towns famous spas and gardens.
I must have missed the memo that nobody goes here any more. Whilst there was some nice architecture (late 18th century) and a pleasant fountain. That was it. There is a beautiful café which was occupied by one man having a coffee. I fancied a beer but feared lead poisoning as I doubt those taps have run for a few years.
I have no idea if the spa area/ pool thingy was open, it looked like it had been refurbished in 1960 and the same cleaner working there ever since. She seemed pretty chilled out as there was obviously nothing to clean as nobody goes there.
A quick stroll round the park to the other Therme’s confirmed this place just isn’t really open any more.
What could be beautiful buildings are just locked up and falling to pieces. It’s the 26th June at about midday, so not out of season or siesta time yet.
It’s all very weird.
Saw some pigeons and a woodpecker in the park. That was the highlight I’m afraid.
On a positive note, I’ve nearly finished my time travel machine so I’m looking forwards to popping back in 1810.
Written June 26, 2018
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Molly1107
United Kingdom413 contributions
Sep 2019
This is a lovely place to visit. It has such a tranquil atmosphere and its nice just to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet.
The entrance fee is priced right but I wouldn't want to pay much more that 6 euros. There seemed to be quite a lot of people speaking strongly with the lady at the entrance gate who then appeared to gain access without making any payment. She did a lot of sighing and eye rolling so this was obviously not a one off. Perhaps it's free for locals?
We had a quick look at the shops but not much there to see and in fact was a bit tacky and not in keeping with the surroundings.
We tried the spa water and it is an unusual taste - I'm sure the health benefits are grand but certainly wouldn't buy if bottled. A nice experience though.
The garden area surrounding the building is beautiful and we loved the section where the day, month and year was spelled out in plants - ingenious.
There is a large bar/restaurant area but not a sole was in there. There was no live music during our visit.
Parking is great with just a little walk up to the entrance where there is a really unique water feature.
Written September 23, 2019
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Ozzie2001
Perth, Australia195 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Nice enough looking building and very impressive architecture but save for the pool and fountain there wasn’t much else to see. Gardens surrounding are nice. Didn’t see one thermal pool. People gping around side gate get in free.

12 euro a bit steep for experience
Written June 18, 2019
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Chris P
Reigate, UK207 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
On an unexpectedly sunny evening early in the season decided to take a drive to this place. For years heard of it and tried the wafers from Fortnum and Mason. Glad we did. The complex is enjoying a revival and despite the past neglect work is well under way to bring the complex of spa's and drinking fountains, pavilions and so on back into use. We struck gold in that we arrived during a major launch event that was free and so had an idea how it will look when fully restored. The historic architecture is palatial and the original 1920's bar atmospheric and hard not to Charleston with the other Italians caught up by the jazz band. Well worth a visit.
Written April 11, 2019
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Alice M
Dublin, Ireland109 contributions
Sep 2017 • Friends
I had walked pass this a few times while walking up and down to the town but eventually decided to pay a visit, and was I glad I did. The architecture is amazing, you just walk round looking at it all with your mouth open! Beautiful grounds, old-world tea rooms with lovely pastries to choose from and then sit outside taking in the whole scene. Spent about 2 hours between my coffee time and walking around, and would definitely do it again.
Written October 16, 2017
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chris j
Bristol, UK18 contributions
Sep 2019
Do pay the 6 euros to go in and you won't be disappointed ! It is a real turn of the century marvel and is very well kept and [presented. The cafe is atmospheric and well worth a visit.
Written September 20, 2019
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